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Upstream Cost Deflation: How much could costs of exploration fall?


Upstream Cost Deflation: How much could costs of exploration fall?

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Costs of exploration are falling as the industry adjusts to its new price environment. Many explorers have reacted by simply spending less. But what they really need is lower costs.

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  • Costs of exploration are falling and have further to go
  • The industry expects its like-for-like costs to fall by 15% to 25%
  • Simplification could save a further 5%
  • And efficiency gains could save another 5%
  • US dollar strength a locally important factor
  • Full deflation could reach 33% by 2016
  • Lower costs will soften the blow of exploration budget cuts
  • Cheaper, simpler and more efficient

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  • Costs of exploration are falling and have further to go
  • The industry expects its like-for-like costs to fall by 15% to 25%
    • Service sector margins
  • Simplification could save a further 5%
  • And efficiency gains could save another 5%
  • US dollar strength a locally important factor
    • Potential impact of US dollar appreciation
  • Full deflation could reach 33% by 2016
  • Lower costs will soften the blow of exploration budget cuts
    • Announced exploration budgets, ranked by 2015 versus 2014 delta, and potential impact on activity
  • Cheaper, simpler and more efficient
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